Consider before you chop

By Alex Gura For those of you who don’t know, the library will be under construction next year as the new Kutler Center, named after the late Brendan Kutler ’10 who excelled in the interdisciplinary studies that the center will foster, will be beside the library with Seaver. However, this will make it impossible for […]

Summer Science Program

By Eli Haims A group of students and faculty from the Summer Science Program named an asteroid after Brendan Kutler ’10, who  attend the program in 2009. Kutler was a senior when he died in his sleep in December 2009. After learning of Kutler’s death, Donald Davis, the Academic Director of SSP-Socorro, came up with the idea […]

Lofty pirate ship pays tribute to Brendan Kutler '10

By Sammy Roth The last six months have seen many tributes to Brendan Kutler, a member of the senior class who died in his sleep in December. But perhaps the most unique tribute of all began at 5:30 a.m. on June 2, when eight seniors climbed atop the wooden pergola outside of Seaver and built […]

Sentimental journey

  By Candice Navi and Michelle Nosratian A sleek, silver bullet train tore through the Japanese countryside, carrying five seniors: Andrew Zaragoza, Aidan Brewster, Azuka Ehi, Henry Mantel and Robert Reeves. It was a few days into their journey, and the five friends were enroute to Koyasan, the place where Japanese Buddhism originated. However, the […]

Boys’ tennis extends league win streak

By Austin Block After a slightly rocky start, the boys’ tennis team has built up a five game win streak early in the season. The Wolverines squeaked by Palos Verdes, who they lost to last year 8-10 during the season and then defeated 17-1 in the CIF quarterfinals, on games in its opener and then […]

Photo Gallery: Artwork by Brendan Kutler (1992-2009)

On Sunday, Jan. 10, Brendan Kutler’s memorial service was followed by a reception in Feldman-Horn. The gallery was filled with photography, graphics, and photo manipulations that Kutler had created over the past several years.

Seniors win nominations for national scholarships

By Nicki Resnikoff Brendan Kutler ’10 received the school’s nomination for the Morehead-Cain scholarship; Hana Al-Henaid ’10 and Christine Byun ’10 received the nominations for the Jefferson scholarship, while Austin Park ’10, Ilica Mahajan ’10, Ava Kofman ’10, Jacob Witten ’10 and Al-Henaid are the school’s nominees for the Robertson scholarship. Scholarship nominees are selected […]